An Airbnb program will teach individuals about the riches of a small UNESCO World Heritage Site for three months. The company will cover flights and will allow volunteers up to €900 each month. The destination is Grottole, which is a small village in southern Italy.
The Airbnb program seeks to revive the town, restoring "the village's cultural center, in addition to filling out [more than 600 vacant] homes." In the first month, individuals will learn about Grottole's culture, the language, and cuisine. They will also explore the points of interest in the region such as the 10th-century castle, wine cellars, and more. In the remaining two months, the Airbnb program will ask participants to "co-host stays" with not-for-profit Wonder Grottle, introducing more people to the brilliance of the town.
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